Canadian Feed the Children
The data revolution is taking over Malawi, and apps like Malawiki are helping its residents embrace the shift.
Two Rivers Child Advocacy Center
CFTC supports school and community programs in First Nation communities through school meal programs, nutrition education as well as school and community gardens.
Two Rivers has been providing services for abused children in Southern Illinois since 2001, reducing the trauma that child victims endure after they disclose.
Littlest Heroes: The Corniuk Family
Children's Choice works hard to provide some remarkable after school classes at no-cost to students.
Little Fighter Lincoln
The Littlest Heroes exists to positively impact the lives of children with cancer and their families, regardless of income level or zip code.
Meet Lincoln, a child born with Noonan Syndrome and the vitality of a fighter.
Transitional Food and Shelter
For nearly 18 years, Willow House has served thousands of Chicago-area children, teens, adults, and families grieving the death of a loved one.
Saving deer and turtles and owls...oh my!
Transitional Food and Shelter (TFS) provides temporary emergency shelter for medically fragile homeless persons in San Luis Obispo County who are not able to stay in local overnight shelters due to a verified medical condition.
A Community of Support Behind the Badge
Every animal comes to WHS with a story. But the ones who especially touch their hearts and make the work so rewarding are the animals who have extra special needs.
The Art of Morbid Curiosity
Wives Behind The Badge has created an online resource of general encouragement, advice, and stories from other wives with husbands in the line of duty.
How something small can make a HUGE difference
The Museum provides a place in a rapidly homogenizing New York City where one can celebrate curiosity, and learn about marginalized, forgotten histories and "that which falls between the cracks."
Doing good should also be fun. And when you play games by Bee The Swarm, a little goodness goes a long way.